Motor Mount Quality on Spec's?
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Naples, Florida

    Motor Mount Quality on Spec's?

    On my 69 with its original 351W block, I really had to wiggle and convince the motor mounts to drop on to the tabs. Fender aprons and towers are untouched and in perfect shape. The car has never been hit and the frame is straight as an arrow. With the fan and fan shroud on, the engine sits about 1" or 1 1/2" higher than it should. Can motor mount quality be the difference?
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    ND USA

    Re: Motor Mount Quality on Spec's?

    What brand and part number of mounts did you install?

  3. #3
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    Sep 2014
    Above Atlanta ga

    Re: Motor Mount Quality on Spec's?

    When I was shopping a few weeks ago I saw a few that were higher, So I called West Coast classic cougar and they sent exactly what I needed I would call them My motor when in great two days ago

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  5. #4
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Albuquerque NM

    Re: Motor Mount Quality on Spec's?

    Is your Cougar a convertible?
    There are two different motor mounts - convertible and coupe.

    The only motor mounts that fit correctly on a convertible are the Ford mounts - which are obsolete.
    The aftermarket replacements are generic that are "supposed" to fit either but do not fit convertibles or 1967 coupes.

    There are two different aftermarket replacements, one uses hard rubber and the other a soft rubber.
    With the soft rubber mounts, the engine can be pried and contorted until the bolt will slide through.
    However, this stresses the rubber mount and it will eventually fail.

    The support brackets can be re-drilled to fit the coupe mount.
    see: for the dimensions.
    Vic Yarberry
    Cougars Unlimited LLC
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